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LTREPORT

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: April 7, 2008
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NAME

ltreport - system availability reporter  

SYNOPSIS


  ltreport [-i <string>] [-v] [-x]

 

DESCRIPTION

ltreport is part of SUNWlwact, the availability logging utility. It reports a summary of availability data which includes the current system availability as a percentage. Additionally, ltreport may be used in an off-line fashion to print reports from other systems.

 

INVOCATION OPTIONS

-i file This option allows the user to pass availability data file of any other system and display its availability report in the current host.
-v The verbose switch will cause ltreport to print the events as an indexed table and displays the availability report.
-x Prints the entire availability log file as unqualified XML on stdout.

 

FILES

/etc/default/lwact - Configuration file of the light weight availability collection tool. $LOGDIR/hostid.lwact.xml - Availability data file generated by the light weight availability collection tool. LOGDIR is the configurable variable in the /etc/default/lwact file. It holds the directory path to the corresponding file.

 

SEE ALSO

tictimed(1) logtime(1)

 

NOTES

ltreport reports downtime broken down into three categories: Planned, Unplanned, and Undefined. Additionally two availability calculations are provided: Raw and Adjusted. The Raw, or Total Availability is calculated as (total_up_time / elapsed_time) * 100 as a precentage. Adjusted is calculated as: ((up_time + plnd_down) / elapsed_time) * 100 as a precentage.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
INVOCATION OPTIONS
FILES
SEE ALSO
NOTES

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